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Boeing to offer safety feature as standard in 737 MAX software upgrade: sources

Reuters India Thursday, 21 March 2019
Boeing Co plans to offer as standard a safety feature that might have warned earlier of problems that possibly played a role in the crashes of Ethiopian and Indonesian planes that killed almost 350 people, two officials briefed on the matter said on Thursday.
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Boeing says it plans to add standard safety features as a software update to the 737 MAX fleet that was grounded this week following two fatal crashes. Reuters reports the safety features, if included as part of the two planes that crashed, might have warned earlier of problems. Anonymous officials...

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